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Vedic math shortcut for the multiple of nine series

Vedic Maths

This shortcut technique is useful for the multiplication of nine series.

Let us see this shortcut with an example,

456 x 999

Step 1: Take the first value and subtract with 1.

456 – 1 = 455

Step 2: Subtract the first number from the base value. Here its 1000.

1000 – 456 = 544

Step 3: Combine the results of step 1 and step 2. So, the answer is 456 x 999 = 455544

Note: Use this shortcut when when both number have same number of digits.

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